This week’s Listenin’ Booth includes music from George Riley, emerging from the United Kingdom and her new track “Fantasy”, plus four other essential tunes you should be listening to right now.
Fantasy – George Riley
George Riley is an exciting artist emerging out of London in the United Kingdom. Making soul music with a heavy dose of electronica meets trip hop and jazz. We recommended “Fantasy” as an introduction to her music but any track from her ten song debut album will do the job.
Philadelphia spoken word mainstay, E the poet-emcee presents his latest project, “Rhymes Past The Margin”. A tightly focused collection of poems addressing themes including black youth, relationships, and spirituality.
New Jersey based Flamingosis splices together old school soul, wild funk, and DIY electronics with a radiant message meant for any moment. “Hope You’re Well” is a single from his brand full length entitled “Mood Provider Vol 6”.
Smooth lyricism, raw poetry and turn up songs from this Brooklyn NYC native reflecting on his journey through love, self discovery, and following his dreams.
Hailing from Allentown, PA, saxophonist Ian Cunningham releases the five track “Forward Now” EP. A truly impressive offering of deep, minimal, head nod tempo compositions. Perfect “after hours” music.